1949-02 (Feb) 24 North Adams Transcript NorthAdams Mass newspaper InterestingNewCookbooksNowAvailable

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 - THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 19x9. THE Interesting...
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 19x9. THE Interesting New Cookbooks Now Availably There are lots of .interesting new cookbooks, very impressive set is Meta Given's Modern Encyclopedia of Cooking, in two volumes, published by J. G. Ferguson and Associates, Chicago. Miss Given has had years of experience experience in the food field, including the running of her own well-known experimental kitchen. Her recipes show careful test-j !pUal at Easttm Mcl- but the first ing. good judgment in selection, clear and thoughtful terminology., There's; a wealth of supplementary supplementary cooking information along with them. This cpokbook should be a great help to novice or experienced experienced cooks. "Let's Talk Turkey" by F. Meredith Dietz (the Dietz Press, Richmond, Va.) is an-excellent book in style and format. Its recipes recipes come from a gourmet's delight, delight, The White Turkey inn, near! Danbury. Conn. ' Stage and screen stars, rnusi-'; cians, diplomats, and radio enter-; tainers--among others--all gave' their favorite recipes to Grace Turner, who edited "The Celebrities' Celebrities' Cookbook" (published by Thomas Y. Crowell, New York, N. Y.) Miss Turner, assisted by a. home economist, has put the recipe recipe material into excellent form. There are short interviews with each of the celebrities and it's fun to read their reactions and comments comments on food. "Diabetic Menus, Meals a n d j Recipes" (Doiibleday Company, Garden City, N. Y., is the title of a new guide to the planning and preparation, of appetizing meals foe diabetics. I.t is by Betty Betty M.'West, a diabetic herself, and has an introduction by Russel F. Rypins, M. D., chief of the diabetic diabetic herself, and , has an introduction introduction by Russel F. Rypins, chief of the diabetic clinic of Mt. Zion hospital, San Francisco, Galif. It is a thorough, practical arid well organized cookbook and should be of immense help. . I f regional cookbooks interest you. you'll like "A Cook's Tour of the Eastern Shore of Maryland." Maryland." It was originally published published by I he members of the Junior . Auxiliary of the Memorial hos- pose flour; 3 ,i teaspoon salt, ?i teaspoon baking powder, 1 tea- 1 teaspoon cup short- spoon ground ginger, ground cinnamon, \k ening (half butter), 1-3 cup firmly firmly packed brown sugar, *i cup light molasses. 2 beaten eggs, cup boiling water, Vi teaspoon soda. soda. ' _ ^ Method: Sifl flour, measure .,_ _ successful that i and resift 3 times with next 4 Farrar. Straus and Company, ingredients. Cream shortening and sugar until light and fluffy, edition 'was so New York, N. Y., now are bringing bringing it out. (The authors' royalties royalties on all editions are being turned turned over to the Easton Memorial hospital.) All of the recipes in the cookbook are printed in the contributors' contributors' handwriting. Here's a gingerbread recipe from Meta Given's "Modern Encyclopedia Encyclopedia of Cooking." Serve it with ice cream if you want to delight your family. Gingerbread Ingredients: I 1 -: cups all-pur- add molasses and beat well. Add the eggs and beat vigorously until until fluffy. Add flour mixture and beat until smooth. ' Then add the water combined with -the socla and beat quickly .until smooth. Pour into an 8-inch square pan or a 7x11 % inch oblong pan (bottom (bottom lined with plain paper). Bake at 350" F. (moderate) for 35 minutes. minutes. If glass baking ,dish is used, bake at 325° F. Best served warm. 6 to S servings. A. been A Film Stars Pick All-Time "Bests" (By Bob Thomas) Hollywood, Feb. 23 (/T)--It's awards time again, so let's take nominations for the best movie ] performance performance of all time. grave had been moved to the tower of the nearby police station. station. When morning cams the pigeons had deserted the grave and were flying about the tower. And now the Mohammedan Malays of the area visit the police station to pray for favors. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

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  2. 24 Feb 1949, Thu,
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